There's more snow on its way to Calgary (PHOTOS)

Nov 6 2018, 6:13 pm

A snow-covered Calgary isn’t an unusual sight for anyone who has spent a winter in YYC.

The city was hit by a thin blanket of snow over the past few days, reminding us of exactly which season is coming sooner rather than later — though the snowfall could hardly be called a “dumping” compared to how hard Calgary was hit during the start of October.

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Still, with grey skies and freezing temperatures expected this week, the white stuff may just be sticking around for good as we head further into fall.

Periods of snow will likely be seen throughout the day and into Tuesday night according to Environment Canada, and while Wednesday and Thursday will see some sunshine, the highs of -3°C and -2°C respectively will hardly be enough to thaw out the city.

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Calgary weather this week (Environment Canada)

More snow will come down on Friday night, but not before a 60% chance of showers during a somewhat warmer day to end off the week.

Clear skies and cold temperatures will continue into the weekend, and with this being Calgary, additional snowfall is likely the further we get into November.

According to weatherstats.ca, the City of Calgary saw a total of 27.4 cm of snowfall in November 2017, followed by 32.2 cm in December.

Just to compare, this past October saw 48.4 cm, while last February was the snowiest month of the season with 43.3 cm.

 

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